Slices of a Boston Butt Pork Roast

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How to Cook Boston Butt Pork Roast in the Oven from Scratch

What ingredients do you need to make Boston butt pork roast?

Raw Boneless Pork Butt or Boston Butt

1) 2-3 kg/70-100 oz of boneless Boston butt (called also pork neck or pork collar)
2) garlic to taste (I use a whole garlic head)
3) some salt or salt red pepper paste for food seasoning, to taste
4) some ground black pepper to taste
5) fresh or powdered ginger to taste (optional)
6) cumin powder and thyme, fresh or powdered (optional)
7) about 300 ml/10 fl oz of water
8) 100 ml/3.5 fl oz of vegetable oil (optional)

How to make Boston butt pork roast from scratch?

Slices of a Boston Butt Pork Roast

1) place a Boston butt on a tray
2) peel garlic cloves off, take a sharp knife and make some cuts into the meat from place to place, then place a garlic clove in each cut
3) season the pork neck with salt or red salted pepper to taste, then rub the meat well to enter better the salt inside
4) season the pork neck with ground black pepper to taste
5) sprinkle over the meat some ginger to taste
6) add cumin and thyme to taste
7) pour water into the tray and some vegetable oil over the meat if it has little fat (optional)
8) cover the tray with foil and place it into the oven for 45-60 minutes at 180 C/360 F
9) remove the foil, then place the tray back in the oven at 250 C/480 F until brown, flip the meat several times to roast evenly
10) when the roasted pork is ready, stop the fire and leave the Boston butt pork roast in the oven for about 30 de minutes (recommended)
11) cut thin Boston butt pork roast slices and serve them with the sauce from the tray on top

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Final Notes for the Marinated Pork Shoulder Roast Recipe

➡️ Boston butt, named also pork neck or pork collar butt, is one of my favorite pork cuts when I make roasted pork in the oven or on the coal grill. The pork neck in the oven is very tender and juicy due to the slow cooking method with foil. At the same time, the Boston butt roast has a crispy crust on the outside and is very fragrant due to the garlic stuffing and the aromatic herbs used for flavoring.

➡️ Cooking this easy Boston butt pork roast recipe won’t pose any difficulty to you, even if you’re not a very experienced home chef. Basically, you have just to add some spices to the collar butt and then roast it slowly until is very tender.

➡️ Next to this easy Boston butt pork roast recipe, you can serve various side dishes, such as mashed potatoes, buttered potatoes, fries, boiled rice, and many more. Of course, you can serve another type of side dish of your choice.

➡️ This easy Boston butt recipe is a delight for any pork roast lover, but it’s even tastier if accompanied by a cold beer or a glass of wine. Any soft drink matches well with this delicious and easy Boston butt recipe in the oven.

➡️ Enjoy cooking Boston butt pork roast in the oven from scratch! For additional info, read more on Boston Butt!

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